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Monetary Literacy Group Monthly Screening & Discussion


TUESDAY, February 25th at 6:30 p.m. Free and open to all. Ample free parking.

VENUE: 6000 Freedom Square Drive, Independence, OH 44131, lower level amphitheater. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. We will start promptly at 6:30. 

DIRECTIONS: Exit 77 at Rockside, travel west. At Oak Tree Blvd North traffic light, turn right (north), then turn right on Patriots Way. 6000 Freedom Square Drive is right there on the left. The building has a sign on it saying "Hylant Group." Take the elevator to the lower level.

We have several videos, followed by our regular spirited discussion.

This month's videos include selections from Bill Still (Monetary & Banking reform movements in Israel) and Margrit Kennedy (the Impact of Interest on, well, everything)

For further information about the January 14 meeting of the Monetary Literacy Group, contact Carla Rautenberg 




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  • Glenn B.

    Part 2:

    Also watched Bill Still video discussing monetary reform in Israel. Noted that 85% of all money issued in Israel goes toward financial manipulation. and 3% to 5% of money is issued directly by sovereigns.

    "Don't try to change the old world - build a new one."

    February 26, 2014

  • Glenn B.

    Here's a recap of the meeting:

    General discussion about topics people would like to discuss in future meetings / screenings. Greg: some people want us to rehash some of the more fundamental topics, such as those discussed in "Money as Debt". There was good interest in movies / discussions around the growing income inequality issue. Perhaps the Robert Reisch film: Inequality for All. Dave also suggested the Forbes 400 Wealthiest.

    Jobs and Income Guarantee
    Complementary Currencies and Crypto currencies

    Viewed a Margrit Kennedy video. Highlights: 45% of the cost of everything is interest. Bottom 80% pay more in interest than they save / earn. Top 10% make much more in interest. 80-90% break even. There is very much a direct relationship between levels of interest and levels of unemployment.

    February 26, 2014

  • Russell S.

    Sorry - that's too far for me and the old metro.

    February 8, 2014

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